|Using Eclipse w/ CDT purely as a code editor [message #192654]
||Wed, 06 June 2007 07:10
Originally posted by: nolancheck.hotmail.com|
I'm trying to use Eclipse and CDT a code editor only. I don't want to create
any CDT project; I'll build and test my program with a different tool. It
is possible to open and edit a C++ file without any project open, but is it
possible to use CDT's code browsing and content assist features without a
If it isn't possible, then this is a feature request!
- Nolan Check
|Re: Using Eclipse w/ CDT purely as a code editor [message #192702 is a reply to message #192686]
||Wed, 06 June 2007 19:31
Originally posted by: guyen000.gmail.com|
Well, if you wanna use only as a code editor, then I would do this:
- Create project and point the project folder to your existing folder
where you source codes are so you dont have to duplicate your files.
Eclipse will create its own invisible folder (.cdtproject) in that folder
with which you should't mess with and it will not affect your folder in
any other way.
- When creating project choose unmanaged C/C++ so that it will use your
In this setup you can continue using the Eclipse as an editor. But if you
wanna compile and link and run, you can just go to your folder and
manually do it.
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